It depands on person, illness and its mode of treatment. In some cases both can be used, while in some cases not needed. In some cases both acts opposit or anti directions while in some cases they supports. So, specialist supervision and consultation must be done.
steroidal & anti allergic medicines are harmful to your immunity , but
Classical Homoeopathy improving the immunity of our body.
You should not take these kind of medicines with homoeopathic treatment
Homeopathy acts on principle of "like cures like" and allopathic system acts on lines of "anti".
In case of skin conditions where problem lies within the body and not on skin,it is understood we do not suppress the skin conditions and hence homeopathy medicines allow body to take care itself so using both will not make sense.
But many clinical conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes to mention few you can continue regular allopathic medicines as homp meds are ultradiluted hence no clash.Also in few cases homp meds helps to reduce dependency on allopathic medications.Never stop any medicines without consulting your regular doctor.
In cases like deficiencies or where body does not produce the required substance like insulin in diabetes or some hormones then you need to take allopathic without fail.
You can be take homeopathic medicine parallel to allopathic medication.....
Is not harmfull... it will be improve your health conditions as well as immunity also...
So you can consult a classical homeopath...
Homeopathy can help you & may be cure your illness...
You can take homeo medicines very well along with allopathy.most of the patients coming to homoeopathy will be already taking some allopathy medicine like diabetes, hypertension and cardiac blood thinners. We never discourage them to stop those medicines. Parallel homoeopathy treatment is always possible. Always consult qualified homoeopathy doctor.
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